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European Market Update

A less dovish FOMC statement late Thursday aided the USD into month end as US bond yields edged higher. Dealers noted that the greenback was stronger after the Fed did not downgrade its economic assessment (suggesting the economy was expanding at a 'moderate pace') and that it implied current market

European Market Update

A less dovish FOMC statement late Thursday aided the USD into month end as US bond yields edged higher. Dealers noted that the greenback was stronger after the Fed did not downgrade its economic assessment (suggesting the economy was expanding at a 'moderate pace') and that it implied current market

Euro Area Unemployment Holds At Record High In Sep., CPI Retreats To 0.7%

Unemployment in the 17-nation region lingered at 12.2% in September from August’s reading which was revised up to 12.2% from 12.0%. The report showed that the number of people unemployed surged by 60, 000 in the euro area from the previous month to 19.447 million people. German unemployment unexpectedly rose

Euro Area Unemployment Holds At Record High In Sep., CPI Retreats To 0.7%

Unemployment in the 17-nation region lingered at 12.2% in September from August’s reading which was revised up to 12.2% from 12.0%. The report showed that the number of people unemployed surged by 60, 000 in the euro area from the previous month to 19.447 million people. German unemployment unexpectedly rose

ECB And Five Other Central Banks Make Bilateral Currency Swap Agreement Permanent

The European Central Bank has decided to make some of its financial crisis measures with global central banks a permanent feature, and keep 'liquidity swap arrangements' in place. 'The Bank of Canada, the Bank of England, the Bank of Japan, the European Central Bank, the Federal Reserve, and the Swiss

FOMC Pushed Dollar Higher

The euro (EUR) was not helped by the Fed’s commitment last night to continue with Quantitative Easing. The single currency has fallen to 1.3702 down from 1.3811 earlier. Look ahead for EU unemployment being released this afternoon for the state of the labour market in Europe.
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